Verb's consisting of several words are understood by young people, and the presence of in-app suggest, allowing not to write things, and select them, at times will facilitate the likelihood of publishing classes.
Elena Dobrobabenko, psychotherapist, lecturer, Moscow state University.M. V. Lomonosov, lecturer-methodologist of the Moscow City Palace of children's (youthful) creativity, the developer of the original courses in the field of interpersonal communication and applied psychology:
“It's important for people to prove its relevance, it is important to convey to others what they are doing. It is a known fact, you can say “the principle” on which develop all social networks.
How Verb may be different from the rest?
Today's young people read books less than their parents. This habit carries over into the social network: people read less, and as a result, smaller and easier to write. This affects the format of communication: in the course of communication, which is built on simple sentences and short phrases.
So Verb's consisting of several words, are understood by young people, and the presence of in-app sadzhest, allowing not to write things and choose them at times makes the likelihood of publishing classes.
Modern teenagers are multi-tasking and switching between the cases is much faster than the older generation. Moreover, they task switch - a holiday: make course, wrote about it on Verb - switched, half an hour later I went to drink tea, and wrote about it again paralytica. Switching between the cases recommended in all practices of time-management, switching gives the opportunity to relax.
From a scientific point of view, the Verb has all chances to become a popular application, but in the modern world, to succeed one just needs proved insufficient: the design of the application, its marketing is only some of the factors that can either help or hinder this social network to become popular.”
The message to others like "I walk the dog", "buy new shoes" "I looked all films with Anton Elchin" is the message that I want to share with you something simple and intimate. This creates a feeling of closeness and separateness of their lives with others.
Inessa Astakhova is a clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst, Professor of psychoanalysis of the Institute of applied psychology HSE.
"We all need witnesses to our lives" - once said one of my single patients.
Acute experience of loneliness, depression and anxiety associated with lack of intimacy and empathy from the other is the epidemic of our time. And if "adults" there are ways to handle it - a career, children, the struggle for the status and well-being, young people ways not so much.
To find yourself, to understand who I am among their own kind, separated from the values and attitudes of parents, the constant search for communication and ways of expressing their sexuality are the main psychological tasks of young people aged 13-20 years.
Social networks like Instagram and Facebook is filled with incredibly beautiful and intelligent people, who wear the best outfits, you know exactly what are the 10 books you need to read, what to wear and what political news is the most relevant today. They can give young people a sense of inutility and complete implementation against the background of this celebration of narcissism.
The message to others like "Walking with the dog", "buying new shoes" "I've seen all films with Anton Elchin" is the message that I want to share with you something simple and intimate. This creates that same feeling of closeness and separateness of their lives with others.
Someone that can get rid of loneliness at least for a few minutes and create a sense of belonging to those who are doing the same thing at the same time, give the feeling that you care about. In the end, people in different parts of the world doing the same things - go for walks with the dogs, watching a movie and eating ice cream.”
The desire to share what's going on with you, the desire to feel the understanding and recognition is of great importance in adolescence.
Svetlana Komarova, psychologist, systemic family therapist:
"Adolescent and youth periods are very important in the formation of personality. At this stage of life in young people is the assertion of their individuality, independence, identity formation, self-determination, there is a "sense of adulthood".
This is largely formed through a leading activity of this age – communicating with peers. All the authorities are here, there is a devaluation of the role of parents and other significant adults.
The basic needs of this age:
1. The need for a positive evaluation of themselves in interaction with their peers, in the manifestation of his own internal position.
2. The need for self-knowledge, which is due to the search possibilities and limits of self.
3. The need of emotional expression and interaction. Teens need emotional content of its activities, communication and behavior.
4. The need for attention. Not getting proper attention from parents, teenagers desperate for his peers that give them a sense of belonging and "save" many from loneliness.
The desire to share what's going on with you, the desire to feel the understanding and recognition is of great importance in adolescence, while adults, according to teenagers, often criticized, banned and devalue their aspirations and actions.”
I believe that the Verb format to achieve the goals and objectives of cybersocialization personality is unique, so will definitely be popular and loved by young people.
Pleshakov, Vladimir A., candidate of pedagogical Sciences, associate Professor, Professor of chair of social pedagogics and psychology of the faculty of pedagogics and psychology of FSBEI "Moscow state pedagogical University (MSPU), chief editor of informational and educational Internet portal Homo Cyberus, chief editor of the electronic scientific Homo Cyberus magazine, the author of the theory of cybersocialization of the person:
"In a constantly rising rate of cybersocialization of the society and the person potentially each have access to the noosphere and stored in her ideas, specific knowledge, practical abilities, skills, etc.
Verb, of course, helps cybersocialization of youth providing opportunities for users of self-presentation and social interaction with other people in cyberspace as a network of information, the realization of the noosphere.
Using the Verb youth can begin to find new possibilities of implementation and transformation of the classical types of activities: communication cybercommunications in the Network game to play online, the exercises in the knowledge Network and labor Network.
As for the youth to share meaningful information about their Affairs, based on personal criteria of morality, good and evil, lies and truth, just and unjust, lawful and unlawful, the beautiful and the ugly that allows you to create a personal system of principles and norms of the relations of man to himself, to others, to the world at large.
I believe that the Verb format to achieve the goals and objectives of cybersocialization personality is unique, so will definitely be popular and loved by young people."
We are not nouns, we are verbs. I'm not just a word – actor, writer – I am a person who engages in the conduct: I write, I play, and I don't know what else to do in the future. You should be arrested, you think of yourself as released.
The point of view of professional psychologists confirmed by the representative of a creative profession. Stephen Fry, actor, writer and playwright compares people with verbs, explaining that the most important thing in people is their occupations and activities:
“Oscar wilde said that if you know what you want to be, then you inevitably become it - that is your punishment, but if you never know, then you can be anything. There is a truth to that. We are not nouns, we are verbs. I am not a thing - an actor, a writer - i am a person who does things - i write, i act - and i never know what i am going to do next. I think you can be imprisoned if you think of yourself as a noun”.
So, yes, we have all that data about narcissism and laziness and entitlement… They want constant approval–they post photos from the dressing room as they try on clothes. They have massive fear of missing out and have an acronym for everything (including FOMO - Fear Of Missing Out)”
The reporter of Time magazine Joel Stein, referring to the MeMeMe generation, argues that today's young people more than others prone to narcissism, and it is especially important approval in everything, even the most ordinary:
“So, yes, we have all that data about narcissism and laziness and entitlement… They want constant approval–they post photos from the dressing room as they try on clothes. They have massive fear of missing out and have an acronym for everything (including FOMO - Fear Of Missing Out)”.